The November 19th is the 323e Jour of the Année (324e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 42 days before the end of the year.
1 to 1900
461: Saint Hilaire becomes pope.
- 1096 : Pierre Ier d' Aragon gains the Bataille of Alcoraz
- 1212: Interview of Vaucouleurs between Frederic II and royal prince Louis, wire of Philippe Auguste.
- 1348 : Guillaume Mahé, is named bishop of Saint-Malo. There will remain to it a few months, until its death the March 20th 1349.
- 1493 : Discovered Puerto Rico by Christophe Colomb.
- 1523 : Rome: The cardinal Jules de Médicis who succeeds Adrien VI under the name of Clément VII, is the son of Laurent Splendid the.
- 1787 : France: The creation of new taxes is refused once again by the Parliament. A constrained Bed of justice to record them.
- 1792 : Paris: The revolutionists invite all the people of Europe to revolt against the monarchical order and to release their chains.
- 1807 : The France invades the Portugal.
- 1809 : The French beat the Spaniards with the Bataille of Ocaña and occupy all the Andalusia, except for Cadiz.
- 1858 : Great Britain: Suppression of the Company of the Indies.
- 1919 : The American Sénat pushes back the Traité of Versailles.
- 1924 : Sudan: Assassination of the English governor.
- 1931 : Göttingen: First production of crystals of vitamins D1.
- 1941 : With five hundred kilometers in the west of the Australia, the Sydney faces the German Kormoran ; the Australian ship will disappear with its 645 men from crew.
- 1942 : Counter-attack with Stalingrad (today Volgograd) of the Red Army , which encircles the German forces.
- 1946 :
- a confrontation occurs in the port of Haïphong between jonque Chinese and the French customs. French soldiers exploit this incident to try to reconquer the North of Vietnam where the Communists of Ho Chi Minh seized the power after the withdrawal of the Japanese, at the end of the second world war.
- the Afghanistan becomes member of UNO.
- 1949 : Rainier III, a new prince for Monaco. With Monaco, with the palate Grimaldi, are held the ceremonies of establishment of the prince Rainier III who succeeds his grandfather the prince Louis II, deceased in May.
- 1965 : In France starts the first presidential campaign; Charles de Gaulle will beat François Mitterrand.
- 1968 : To the Mali, a coup d'etat carried out by a “Military committee of National Release” shift President Modibo Keïta and carries to the capacity the lieutenant Moussa Traoré, who founds a dictatorial mode which will last 23 years.
- 1969: with the second American mission, the module of Apollo 12 is posed on the the Moon; Charles Conrad and Alan Bean is on board.
- 1977 : The Egyptian president Anouar el-Sadate undertakes a historical voyage in Israel, where it is cordially accommodated.
- 1978 : Soldiers of the Guyana discover in the " Temple of the People " , into full Jungle, bodies of several hundreds of followers of the sect, who committed suicide.
- 1979 : Antonine Mallet, from Bouctouche, with the New Brunswick (province in the east of the Canada), receives with Paris the Prix Goncourt for its novel Pelagie the Cart .
- 1986 : The president Reagan recognizes that American armaments were sold with the Iran and that the money of the sale was used to finance the " Countered " Nicaraguans.
- 1990 : NATO and the Warsaw Pact proclaim the end of the Cold war.
- 1995 : The attack with the bomb of a Kamikaze, with the embassy of Egypt to the Pakistan, makes sixteen dead and sixty wounded.
- 1996 : With UNO, the the United States put to them Veto with a second mandate of the general secretary Boutros Boutros-Ghali; Kofi Annan will be elected.
- 1997 :
- Bobbi McCaughey, American 29 years, gives rise to increased sevenfold , four boys and three girls, with Of the Monks (Iowa).
- the queen Elisabeth II of the United Kingdom and the prince Philip celebrate their golden wedding.
- 2000 : The terrorist group ETA asserts seventeen attacks which made ten died in Spain since the July 31st 1997.
- 2003 :
- With the the United States, Michael Jackson is under the blow of a warrant for arrest for sexual abuse on minor.
- the United States Air Force uses the largest bombs of sound Arsenal to attack objectives in the center of the Iraq.
- 2004 :
- the Council of State rejects the filed appeal by the independence former president of French Polynésie Oscar Temaru against the election of its rival (UMP) Gaston Flosse the last October 22nd.
- Marcel Lechien, the former teacher of the elementary school of Cormeilles (the Eure), recognized guilty of three rapes and 36 sexual assaults on children from six to ten years that it had had in his class of preparatory course between 1989 and 2001, is condemned to 15 years of Imprisonment by the Court of Assizes of the the Eure.
- the Sudanese government and rebels sign under the aegis of the the United Nations an agreement which should allow the early conclusion of a Regulation to put an end to 21 years Civil war in the south of the Sudan.
- 2005 :
- Couronnement of S.A.S. Albert II de Monaco
- Some 120 Iraqis of confession Chiite find death in the two days space in particularly atrocious attacks.
- 1600 : Charles Ier of England, king of England († January 30th 1649)
- 1732: Nicolas Hurtault-Pinchart lawyer, born in Rheims on November 19th 1732. († May 26th 1810)
- 1754: Pedro Romero, Spanish Matador († February 10th 1839).
- 1799 : Rene Curdled, exploring French. († May 17th 1838)
- 1805: Ferdinand de Lesseps, manufacturer of the Suez Canal. († December 7th 1894)
- 1831: James A. Garfield, 20th president of the the United States. († September 19th 1881)
- 1853: Gabriel Hanotaux, historian, diplomat, politician and academician French. († April 11th 1944)
- 1884: Gaston Cypress, footballer French. († August 18th 1925)
- 1888: Jose Raúl Capablanca, player of failures Cuba in. († March 8th 1942)
- 1911: Maurice Benhaim, gymnaste French
- 1917: Indira Gandhi, political woman, Prime Minister for the India (1966 - 1977) and (1980 - 1984). († October 31st 1984)
- 1919: Gillo Pontecorvo, Italian realizer. († October 12th 2006)
- 1920: Gene Tierney, American actress. († November 6th 1991)
- 1933: Larry King, American presenter high-speed motorboat on television
- 1942: Calvin Klein, American dressmaker
- 1958: Jean-François Clervoy, French spationaut
- 1960: Matt Sorum, 2nd beater of the Pink Guns.
- 1961 : Meg Ryan, American actress
- 1962: Jodie Foster, actress born with Los Angeles under the name of Alicia Christiana Foster.
- 1964 : Nicholas Patrick, American astronaut
- 1984: Eduardo Gallo, Spanish Matador .
- 1350 : Raoul II of Brienne, count de Guînes, Constable of France, shown treason after the catch of Caen by the English, is decapitated with Paris.
- 1422 : Louis d' Harcourt, archbishop of Rouen.
- 1557 : Bona Sforza, queen of Poland, princess and archduchess, poisoned (º February 2nd, 1494)
- 1782: Christine of Saxony, abbess of Remiremont.
- 1665 : Nicolas Chick, French painter. (° June 15th 1594)
- 1798 (29 brumaire Year VII): Theobald Wolfe Thunders, rebel Irish and chief of brigade of republican France (it commits suicide while waiting for his execution).
- 1828 : Franz Schubert, Austrian type-setter (° January 31st 1797).
- 1855 : Pest (Hungary), romantic poet. It took as a starting point the folklore of the popular legends. Patriot, despaired by the failure of 1848, it composed of the tragic poems like the old Tzigane . (° February 1st 1800)
- 1899: Yan Dargent, Breton painter . (° October 15th 1824)
- 1940: Wacław Berent, writer, novelist and translator Polish. (° September 28th 1873).
- 1942 : Bruno Schulz, writer and graphic designer Polish (° July 12th 1892)
- 1949: James Ensor, Belgian painter (° April 13rd 1860).
- 1982 : Erving Goffman, sociologist (° June 11th 1922).
- 1998 : Alan J. Pakula, American scenario writer . (° April 7th 1928)
- 2000: Robert Escarpit, academic, writer and journalist French, (° the April 24th 1918)
- 2002: Andre Roch, Swiss mountaineer .
- 2003 : Olivér György Dely, herpetologist Hungarian (° April 27th 1927).
- 2004 : John Robert Winnows, doctor and British Pharmacologue, Nobel Prize of medicine 1982 (° March 29th 1927)
- 2007: Andre Bettencourt, French politician
- Day of the Prince of Monaco
Catholic and orthodoxe saint of the day
- Tanguy de Locmazhé: Young Breton lord trained at the court of the king mérovingien. Having killed his sister by mistake, it is withdrawn with the monastery of Batz and founds a new abbey.
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